My name is Sarah Osman. I’m a development cooperation specialist with nine years of experience in the sector. I hold an MSc. in Cognitive Psychology, an MSc. in International Development Studies and a Postgraduate Certificate in Business, Human Rights Law and Corporate Social Responsibility.
I have experience in external relations, communications, institutional fundraising, research, training, quality assurance and strategic planning. I enjoy working on complex, multi-faceted projects, while ensuring high quality work.
I also hold experience from various sectors including health psychology, migration and development, sexual and reproductive health and rights and children’s rights. I am currently expanding my expertise in business and human rights. I have worked for several international organisations (Marie Stopes International, Save the Children) and I have international experience from Ghana, the Netherlands, South Africa, Norway and Nepal.
I was born in Sudan in 1980, and was raised in Zambia, the Philippines and the Netherlands. I speak English, Dutch, Arabic, intermediate Norwegian, and I have basic Danish and French knowledge.